The following information is a meteorological discussion of the potential for weather phenomenon to occur in and around central Ohio
as well as non-threatening expected weather conditions.
Probability Table for Central Ohio -Monday, November 24th - Wednesday, November 26th
|Thunderstorms||Tornado||Significant Tornado(EF2+)||Wind >58m/h||Hail >1"diam.||Winter Weather||Flash Flooding||Lightining|
|None - (0%)||None - (0%)||None - (0%)||Very High - (90+%)||None - (0%)||Low - (10%)||None - (0%)||None - (0%)|
*Probabilities are based on the chance that more than 3 instances of the stated event will occur. Example: Wind > 58mph (High - 60%) means that there is a 60% chance that there will be 3 or more reports of damaging winds.
HIGH WIND WARNING IN EFFECT UNTIL 10PM EDT MONDAY NOVEMBER 24TH
As a low pressure system drifts to our northeast rain will come to an end late today and colder, dryer weather will rule for a while.
High winds are expected today with sustained winds of 30-40MPH with gusts as high as 60MPH. Winds of these magnitudes can cause minor property damage without extra precaution.
Light snow is expected on Wednesday night with little to no snow accumulation, and dry conditons after that will prevail until early next week.
(ALL TEMPERATURES IN DEGREES FAHRENHEIT)